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"Stop Playing Games and Start Making Them! With GeeXLab, your are on your way!"
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GeeXLabLaboratory for Real Time 3D Programming (prototyping and demos)
OpenGL, Lua, Python, GLSL,
PhysX and more...
What is GeeXLab?
GeeXLab (or GXL) is a new tool for fast real time 3D prototyping and coding. It's based on widely used standards such as XML, Lua, Python or OpenGL. GeeXLab has been designed for developers (from newbies to confirmed) and technical 3D artists.
GeeXLab is particularly well suited to quickly create and prototype real time 3D solutions: demos, benchmarks, little applications or games. It's also a fantastic tool to start learning programming and real time 3D programming.
GeeXLab can be used as a sandbox for your real time 3D experimentations.
A more detailed presentation of GeeXLab is available here: GeeXLab: Laboratory for Real Time 3D Learning and Experiments.
GeeXLab is available in two editions: Free and Pro. GeeXLab Free is only intended for home and non-commercial use. It is provided free of charge, but its functionalities are limited (don't panic, these limitations are very small!). If you are you looking for more features, functionalities and flexibility that the Free Edition does not offer, upgrade to the Pro Edition.
The SDK (Software Development Kit) of GeeXLab's engine is also available for people wishing to integrate GeeXLab engine in their applications. For more information about the SDK, please visit the following page: GeeXLab SDK.For the latest news about GeeXLab, articles, tutorials and demos, please visit the following links:
GeeXLab 0.4.0 complete story is available HERE.
The complete changelog is available HERE.Additional GeeXLab Components
GeeXLab previous versions
In order to use GeeXLab, you must have a Windows (XP, Vista, Seven) operating system and an OpenGL 2 capable graphics card. The following cards are good choices:
In case of doubt, you can use GPU Caps Viewer to get the OpenGL version supported by your graphics adapter.
GeeXLab Online Help
GeeXLab programming guide is divided in two main sides: XML and scripting.
Articles and Tutorials
Shadow Mapping demo.
Multiple AVI demo.
Bloom Post FX demo
Python - NetworkX demo
Python - PyOPenGL demo
Blender Object Viewer
Thermal Vision PostFX
Python - NetworkX
Post Direct Rendering